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SMK MUNSHI ABDULLAH, 45100 SG AIR TAWAR, SELANGOR

PENTAKSIRAN TINGKATAN 3
UJIAN BULAN MAC
BAHASA INGGERIS [12]
PANDUAN PENSKORAN

Mark Scheme for Section A


(10 marks)

Assessment Objectives
This part assesses student’s ability to:
 show understanding of the use of correct grammar in context.
 correct grammatical errors in the text.

Answers for Question 1 (Error Identification)

Errors in the
Question Answer Mark
passage
a A The 1 mark
b has had 1 mark
c is was 1 mark
d he his 1 mark
e burns burning 1 mark
f but and 1 mark
g her his 1 mark
h the a 1 mark
i destroy destroyed 1 mark
j are were 1 mark

Note:
 There should be only one answer for each line.

 If a candidate writes more than one answer, take only the first answer into
consideration.

 Accept answers written both in upper or lower case, even if it is the first word of a
sentence. Candidates are not tested on vocabulary and punctuation.

 No changes should be made to the mark scheme.

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Mark Scheme for Section B
(30 marks)

Question 2
(10 marks)
Assessment Objectives
This part assesses student’s ability to:
 read and understand the text.
 identify and transfer the correct information from a linear text into a non-linear.

Note:
1. Do not award marks for answers with minor grammatical errors. Correct spelling is
mandatory if the word exist in the text.
2. Accept minor infringements that do not distort meaning.
3. Do not award marks for over lifting that includes irrelevant sections of the text.
4. There should be only one answer for each question. If a candidate writes more than
one answer, take only the first answer into consideration.

Answers for Question 2 (Information Transfer)

Question Key/ Answer Mark


a Nature Society 1 mark
b the principal 1 mark
c 13 – 15 April 1 mark
d cash interchangeable 1 mark
e medal 1 mark
f environmental exhibition/ quiz/ speech/ essay writing 1 mark
g competition and documentary on global warming 1 mark
(any two)

h be original interchangeable 1 mark


i (must) not exceed 350 words 1 mark
j school hall 1 mark

*( ) means optional

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Question 3
(20 marks)
Assessment Objectives
This part assesses student’s ability to:
 read and understand a non-linear text.
 respond to a non-linear text using established reading skills.

Note:
1. Do award marks for answers with minor grammatical errors or spelling errors that do not
disrupt meaning.
2. Do remember to use your discretion and good judgement for correct answers that
appear different from the suggested answers, especially for questions that require a
personal response.
3. Do award full marks for intelligent lifting.
4. Do not award marks for answers where meaning is totally unintelligible.

Question 3 (Reading Comprehension – Non-linear Text)


(20 marks)

Question Key/ Answer Mark


a True / T/ TRUE 1 mark
b False/ F / FALSE 1 mark
c False/ F / FALSE 1 mark
d True / T/ TRUE 1 mark
e The young crow’s mother 1 mark
f It is a missing cat. 1 mark
(i) sad 1 mark
g
(ii) proud 1 mark
I think since Earth is so polluted as there is so little oxygen,
people will not be able to breathe if they do not wear oxygen
h masks. 1 mark
(Accept any suitable answer)

I think Lily’s aunt might probably ask her to do a lot of


homework, she might also scold her for no reason.
i 1 mark
(Accept any suitable answer)

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General Guidelines for Marking Question (j)

Assessment Objectives
This part assesses student’s ability to:
 write a note to:
i. suggest ways to help your friend sleep better.
ii. Provide appropriate reasons to your suggestion.

General Guidelines:
1. Mark based on a 5-band impression scale with marks ranging from 1 – 10.
2. Read whether the response provided is relevant to the assessment objective given.
3. Check whether response fulfills the criteria specified in a given band.
4. Indicate merit with a (√).
5. Look for additional details which make the writing interesting.
6. i. Responses which are generally free from serious errors should be placed in the upper
bands.
ii. Responses with frequent minor and serious errors should be placed in the lower
bands.
7. Place a response with total or almost wholesale lifting in the lower bands. For
responses with intelligent lifting, award marks accordingly based on the given
criteria.
8. Students are allowed to use the points in the book review when writing out their
responses.
9. Read the response again to confirm or change bands.
10. If there is a change in the band, read the response again to check the general criteria
specified in the new band.
11. Awards marks accordingly.

Note:
 The general criteria in the bands are common to ALL tasks with specific examples
given to aid the examiners. All responses must be marked using the criteria in the
bands. Please read the criteria carefully for all five bands BOFORE marking.
 The length of the response should not be a criterion in awarding marks. Award
marks based on the quality and relevance of the response.

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Marking Criteria for Question (j)

Band/
Mark A B C D E
(9-10) (7-8) (5-6) (3-4) (1-2)
Criteria
Task Successfully Largely Sufficiently Partially Hardly
fulfillment fulfilled fulfilled fulfilled fulfilled fulfilled
Language Accurate Largely Sufficiently Partially Hardly
accuracy accurate accurate accurate accurate
Organisation Well- Organised & Sufficiently Lacking Hardly any
and organised & developed organised & organisation organization
development well developed and details
developed
Sentence Varied & Largely Some variety Lack variety Distorted
structure effective varied sentence
structures
Lifting from Hardly any A little lifting Some lifting Almost Total lifting
text lifting wholesale
lifting

Note:
1. Award ‘0’ mark when there is:
- no response or response written in language other than English; or
- mindless lifting or irrelevant chunks from other sources including rubric
2. Language accuracy: vocabulary/ grammar/ spelling/ expression, etc.
3. Organisation and development: paragraphing/ development of ideas/ punctuation, etc.
4. Sentence structure: simple/ compound/ complex, etc.

(Suggested answer)

To: Rahman,
I would like to recommend a book, The Investigators Club Book 1 by Mala d/o
Selvam. The book is about three young friends who form a club called ‘Investigators
Club’. The club soon gets its first case, a missing cat. I know you like reading
mystery novels, so I know you will like reading this book. The book also has a very
good moral value about friendship and hard work. it will help you boost your
confidence level. Take care.
From: Farah

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Mark Scheme for Section C
(20 marks)

Assessment Objectives
This part assesses student’s ability to:
 read and understand a linear text.
 respond appropriately to the comprehension task.
 demonstrate understanding of a poem.
 use language competently to convey meaning in the task.

Note:
1. Do award marks for answers with minor grammatical errors or spelling errors that do not
disrupt meaning.
2. Do remember to use your discretion and good judgement for correct answers that
appear different from the suggested answers, especially for questions that require a
personal response.
3. Do award full marks for intelligent lifting.
4. Do not award marks for over lifting that includes irrelevant sections of the text.
5. Do not award marks for answers where meaning is totally unintelligible.

Question 4 (Reading Comprehension – Linear Text)


(15 marks)
Question Key/ Answer Mark
a He saw an old mirror. 1 mark
b (i) he tried smiling 1 mark
(ii) he tried making funny faces
c (i) sweets 1 mark
(ii) toys
d He thought the mirror was not working properly. 1 mark
e (i) rare 1 mark
(ii) expression Correct spelling is mandatory 1 mark
(iii) offered 1 mark
(iv) reflect 1 mark
f He went to the park. 1 mark
g (i) He could have bought him some food. 1 mark
(ii) He could have told him some funny stories. 1 mark
(Accept any suitable answer)
h (i) He can spend time with orphans. 1 mark
(ii) He can feed the homeless. 1 mark
(Accept any suitable answer)

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Question 5 (Literature Component - Poem)
(5 marks)

Question Key/ Answer Mark


a The worm admits to having killed cock robin. 1 mark
b The fish is tainted with poison and when taken as food by 1 mark
the birds, causes their deaths.
c We know this as the wind is said to move around 1 mark
unconfined.
d - Pollution kills elements of nature. 2 marks
- Wildlife in all forms, small and big, are similarly
affected in adverse ways by pollution.
- Man as the biggest group of Mother Earth’s inhabitants
has a responsibility to look after Mother earth.
- We should protect wildlife that is the source of life of
forests and rivers, seas and oceans.
- Nature is innocent and beautiful and should not be
destroyed but should be valued.

(Accept any suitable answer)

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